Woodlands: Book 7 in the Glenbrooke Series
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Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published May 14th by Multnomah first published January 18th More Details Original Title. Other Editions 5. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Woodlands , please sign up. Lists with This Book.
Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. I give this book 4. I really liked it. It was a cute story, with some sad parts but it was nice having a story completely in Glenbrooke this time. I really liked Seth too. It was just nice having most of the characters back in one book and seeing what their lives are like now. I will always love Jessica and Kyle.
Woodlands (Glenbrooke, book 7) by Robin Jones Gunn
May 06, Mallory rated it really liked it Shelves: fiction. I wasn't sure if I'd like Leah at first, but she grew on me. I simply misunderstood her. She wasn't whiny and mopey like I presumed, just someone who had been through a lot in her young life and handled it as best she knew how. Her struggles and responses reminded me very much of another servant-hearted friend of mine and her desire to always be in control reminded me of me. Her guardedness toward Seth and the good things starting to develop in her life seem strange at first, until one realizes I wasn't sure if I'd like Leah at first, but she grew on me.
Her guardedness toward Seth and the good things starting to develop in her life seem strange at first, until one realizes what an impact others' perceptions and ideas of you can have in how you view yourself. The story behind her name is a perfect example. I like that both she and Seth are finding their way, uncertain about themselves and who they are becoming, and that they both have the touch of wanderlust about them.
It was a sweet story that actually threw in some surprises I didn't see coming.
Favorite quotes: "It's not all like the movies. But I always wanted to see for myself that it wasn't like the movies, you know? Oct 28, Ashley Carmichael rated it really liked it. While this book honestly follows pretty much the same plot as the others in the series, this book, like Waterfalls before it, has a little more to offer by way of insight.
Woodlands: Book 7 in the Glenbrooke Series (Paperback)
Digging a little deeper into the psyche, Gunn balances the backstory with the present a little better throughout and we dig into causality while learning some Biblical truth. And while I think it is and little ridiculous for a 27 year old to be worried about spinsterdom as much as the main character is, the struggles with inse While this book honestly follows pretty much the same plot as the others in the series, this book, like Waterfalls before it, has a little more to offer by way of insight.
And while I think it is and little ridiculous for a 27 year old to be worried about spinsterdom as much as the main character is, the struggles with insecurity are real for many people that agethough often not as easily displaced, defined or overcome as Leah's I'm 30 and unmarried. I enjoyed this sweet and amusing Christian romance, but I must admit that it is my least favorite of the series. However, the characters were well drawn, and I liked the plot.
Also, I truly enjoyed seeing how the protagonist grew not only as a person but as a believer. This series is full of both great characters and great stories where character lessons and spiritual truths are interwoven with the fun plots.
Oct 09, TheModestMillennial rated it it was ok Shelves: christian-fiction , Finally made it through this one. If not for my completion for completion, I don't think I would have made it through this one. By far the worst book in the series to this point, the story was awkward, the characters seemed underdeveloped, and it all felt choppy and stilted. Fingers crossed that the last in the series is worth the time. This probably would have only gotten one star from me if I didn't reserve those for the titles that are this bad and morally corrupt. Jun 16, Ellie Porter rated it it was ok.
It's the Lord. He's been inviting me to rest in this pocket of grace for so long, but I've been the one doing all the steering That's the essence of the book. It isn't worth explaining, and I probably couldn't, even if I tried. I enjoyed getting to know Leah and was very concerned that she make the right choices in this story.
Seth and Collin were bith attractive heroes, it was important that Leah choose the right one. May 01, Donna Kale rated it it was amazing Shelves: april. Love this series. Jul 01, Ashley rated it it was ok Shelves: re-read , series , read. I think this is my least favourite of the series I don't know if I can pick out a reason. Oct 08, Sara rated it liked it. Another enjoyable quick read. Jun 15, Amy rated it really liked it Shelves: , christian-fiction.
Second read. Feb 19, Liz rated it it was amazing Shelves: chick-lit , christian-fiction , christian-romance. I love how Robin interweaves the characters from previous books and keeps us updated on their lives while introducing us to new and refreshing characters. Well, that's another story entirely! So why can't Leah relax and enjoy this new season of her life?
tax-marusa.com/order/defytuko/logiciel-localisation-pour-mac.php When an inheritance of fifty acres of prime Oregon woodlands is left to her-with a certain condition attached-Glenbrooke's town lawyer, Collin Radcliffe, prompts Leah to question Seth's motives for his interest in her. Review: This was a great standalone book and to the series. I learned so much from the entire series! This book was one of my favorites in the series. I looked forward to the reprint of these books. They were so sweet and enjoyable. It was easy to like Leah she was the kind of person anyone would want as a friend.
The Biblical woman Leah and this character were similar and it was such a memorable pairing that this is one of the things that resonated with me most. I liked the romance and all of the windfalls Leah had but for me the Biblical reference was the greatest.